February 22, 2012

"Even as they are rendered obsolete by the ubiquity of smartphones, I’m interested in pay phones because they are both anachronistic and quotidian. But they can also be a place of opportunity, something to reprogram and somewhere to come together and share a good book with your neighbors."
- Architect John Locke, who is turning run-down NYC phone booths into communal libraries.
via PSFK

"Even as they are rendered obsolete by the ubiquity of smartphones, I’m interested in pay phones because they are both anachronistic and quotidian. But they can also be a place of opportunity, something to reprogram and somewhere to come together and share a good book with your neighbors."

- Architect John Locke, who is turning run-down NYC phone booths into communal libraries.

via PSFK